Black Veil Brides have dubbed its new album "IV" and set an October 28 release date for the group's, well, fourth studio set.
"IV" is currently available via a PledgeMusic campaign that offers a host of BVB goodies for fans, including a standard download and access to bonus content for $10 to a $500 package that includes lifetime access to VIP meet-and-greets. BVB is also offering exclusive artwork, photo passes for concerts, personalized messages from band members and more.
In a statement on its PledgeMusic page, the group says that, "We're making it available here on PledgeMusic so that we can also deliver you the free bonus content as a reward for your support and to involved you in the progress of the album as it's being made." The band promises "clips from the studio as well as behind-the-scenes photos."
BVB is currently working on "IV," the follow up to its 2013 concept album "Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones," with producer Bob Rock. It kicks off a tour to support the album with a U.K. tour beginning October 3 in Wales before launching an extensive North American trek on October 21 in Niagra Falls, N.Y.